Originally conceived as part of a canal route between Bristol and London, the canal connects to the Stroudwater Navigation at Wallbridge near Stroud and to the Thames at the recently restored Inglesham Lock near Lechlade.
The length of the Thames & Severn Canal restoration.
From Saul to Stonehouse
Reopening of the west end from Saul to Stonehouse will be a focus for restoration over the coming years.
The Lottery-funded Phase 1a section (Stonehouse to Brimscombe) is mostly complete. A provisionally approved second Lottery grant would reopen the all-important Phase 1b (Stonehouse to Saul), linking the restored section to the national network at Saul. We won’t know if the multi-million pound grant has got its final approval until autumn 2020, but any initial work we do on this work) improves the chances of it being confirmed.
Britain's waterways are vital; together we can campaign for them now and for the future.
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